• How I Went From SAHM To WAHM

    How I Went From SAHM To WAHM

    Going from SAHM to WAHM sounds like an ideal transition for a new mom. The struggles you face aren’t always the easiest to overcome. Find out how this mom was able to work from home while raising a family.

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  • Our Last Baby

    Our Last Baby

    This is it. We’re counting down the days until we’ll no longer be rubbing a baby bump to bed, or telling our boys about their baby sister in mommy’s tummy. In less than a month, we’ll be welcoming the last of our tribe to the world. Although I’ve loved all my pregnancies, this one has been the toughest. Yes, it was unexpected, but we’ve been able to embrace it. Getting A Kick (Or Two) Out Of It Our boys are excited about having a sister and we can’t wait to see their reaction when they meet her for the first

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  • How To #BringTheFun With OshKosh B’gosh This Spring

    How To #BringTheFun With OshKosh B’gosh This Spring

    This post is sponsored by OshKosh B’gosh in collaboration with Everywhere Agency; however, all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own. As the weather begins to rise, we’re thinking of ways to get the kids outdoors. Although it’s been tough with my pregnancy, we’ve been doing our best to explore local areas, like the playground in our community and our backyard. The boys love to play in the dirt and make the most out of their time outdoors. To make their playtime a success, we like to have them wear comfortable clothing items. T-shirts and shorts are their go-to wardrobe

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  • Self-Care During Pregnancy: How To Minimize The Appearance Of Stretch Marks

    Self-Care During Pregnancy: How To Minimize The Appearance Of Stretch Marks

    This post is sponsored by Palmer’s in collaboration with The Motherhood. All thoughts are my own.  Every pregnancy is different, and so is every baby bump. As your pregnancy progresses, you might notice these squiggly lines called stretch marks. No matter how much you’ve tried not to scratch the itchy surface, it’s there. I remember when we had our firstborn, and how I was excited to not have that many stretch marks. The strange thing was having them all on one side. When I became pregnant with our second child, the other side of my belly button was targeted with stretch

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